Bridget Jones' Diary
Bridget Jones' Diary, based on the book by Helen Fielding, stars Renee Zellweger as a single 30-something who, after a lonely New Year's Eve, sets about to lose weight, smoke and drink less and generally get herself together - and it's all jotted down in her diary.
We follow her throughout the year's ups and downs as she embarks on an affair with her boss, played by Hugh Grant, only to find out he doesn't quite feel the same. As if that wasn't bad enough there is barrister Mark Darcy who is attracted to Bridget, but she can't stand the sight of him!
The soundtrack to this film features two tracks performed by Robbie Williams: Rogers and Harts' Have You Met Miss Jones?, featured on the No.1 album Swing When You're Winning and Not Of This Earth, a track written by Robbie and Guy Chambers.
Robbie's music was also featured in the sequel to this movie, Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason.
Directed by: Sharon Maguire
Released: 13th April 2001
First seen: Film premiere, Empire, Leicester Square London on 4th April